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NRIs supporting AAP but want certain issues to be included in ...

JALANDHAR: After concluding his 20 days long tour to USA to woo NRIs for the party, AAP leader Sukhpal Singh Khaira has said that although the NRIs are all out for AAP but yet they want certain burning issues included in the charter of promises or ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago

22m cases pending in Indian courts

India's legal system is broken — too many cases are taking too long to process Chief Justice of India Tirath Singh Thakur blames the government for inaction over judicial delays. Mumbai: Ashish Kumar last saw his brother Vinod when he was ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago Justice delayed is justice delayed some more in India  Gulf News2 weeks ago

Akali way of appeasing ally BJP: cow cess on liquor, marriage halls

If youre in Punjab and want to buy liquor or a vehicle, or even plan to get married, be ready to shell out some extra money - in the name of the Holy Cow. The Parkash Singh Badal regime is working on a proposal to levy a "cow cess" through civic bodies across ...
 catchnews.com4 days ago

India's long wait for justice: 27 million court cases trapped in a legal logjam

Ashish Kumar last saw his brother Vinod when he was being driven away by a senior police officer in Ludhiana, in northern India. Vinod's body was never found but the CBI, India's intelligence agency believes that the officer, Sumedh Singh Saini , ...
 Equities.com3 weeks ago India's long wait for justice: 27m cases trapped in legal logjam  MSN UK2 weeks ago India's long wait for justice  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago

After ADGP's letter on missing alerts, Punjab DGP hands Gurdaspur probe to batchmate

CHANDIGARH: Three months after his six-year junior IPS and Punjab Police ADGP Rohit Choudhary wrote a scathing letter on missing Intelligence Bureau (IB) alerts on possibility of terror attack at Pathankot, Punjab Police chief Suresh Arora on ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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Mohali SSP leads Punjab IPS crorepati club

MOHALI: The two richest legislators in Punjab according to affidavits filed in 2012 are two Congress MLAs - Kewal Dhillon with Rs 137 crore (including his son's assets) and Karan Kaur Brar with Rs 128 crore. But guess who can trump them both - ...
 Times of India1 month ago Rs 152 crore: Meet Punjab's crorepati cop  Times of India1 month ago

Prioritise CCTVs in gurdwaras: PunjabDGP

The Punjab Police wants top prority be given to all Gurdwaras in the state, as far as installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras are concerned. Punjab Director General of Police (DGP), Suresh Arora, has written to Additional Chief ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
Times of India

Punjab cops sat on 3 alerts on Pathankot attack, says transferred officer

Chandigarh: Even as Pakistan's JIT prepares to reach India on Sunday to probe the Pathankot airbase attack, TOI has got a copy of a letter written by a senior Punjab IPS officer which alleges that three critical and specific terror alerts just ...
 Times of India1 month ago Punjab cops ignored Pathankot intel: ADGP  Times of India1 month ago

Pinky 'fixer' held in Odisha

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Ferozepur, March 24 -- A team of the district police arrested fugitive Amandeep Kumar alias Skoda from Jagannath Puri in Odisha on Wednesday. Skoda, who had ...
 HT Syndication2 months ago
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